Best of Feed

A round-up of the best recent work from CR’s Feed section, including Hue Magazine, Ox and Finch identity by KVGD in Glasgow, a celebration of cyrillic from Bulgaria, Public Space identity from Sulliwan in Russia, Bunker’s Goodblock posters and the A Capucha identity from Estufa in Portugal

A round-up of the best recent work from CR’s Feed section, including Hue Magazine, Ox and Finch identity by KVGD in Glasgow, a celebration of cyrillic from Bulgaria, Public Space identity from Sulliwan in Russia, Bunker’s Goodblock posters and the A Capucha identity from Estufa in Portugal

Every day studios, agencies and individuals from around the world upload work to the Feed section of CR’s website. Most of the traffic to this site, however, comes here, to the blog, meaning that much of the work is missed by the majority of readers. So we’re going to post regular updates on the best of the work submitted to Feed right here.

First up, a visual identity from Estufa in Portugal for À Capucha! – a brand “that (re)creates the capucha, a traditional Portuguese garment, used by shepherds and farmers.”

 

This rather lary MTV ident comes from TMRRW in Singapore

 

Next, some rather lovely illustrations byJérôme Mireault for a catalogue for Canadian outdoor brand for McKinley

 

 

The first issue of Hue Magazine – Outset, designed by Chris Smyth, explores ideas behind self-initiated projects

 

 

From Sulliwan in Russia we have this identity for Public Space, a Moscow-based PR agency. Note the use of IK blue, a trend we will be looking at in the July issue of CR.

 

 

From Glasgow studio KVGD comes this identity for restaurant and bar Ox and Finch

 

And from Bunker, this series of posters for ‘party purveyors’ Good Block

 

Apparently,May, 24 is the national day of the Cyrillic alphabet in Bulgaria. To mark the occasion, the 30 Letters project placed 30 ceramic tiles, each one carrying a character of the Cyrillic alphabet, around Sofia. The 30th was hidden with clues to its whereabouts on the project website. It was eventually found by a girl called Teodora.

 

From Greece, designer, Konstantinos Miaris of Konsept83 Design Studio created packaging for Leon of Athens’ new album, Global. The album, we are told, “documents the journey of a weary traveler who has been traveling through time, floating in and out of forever”

 

And finally, a portrait of a man who will be pretty busy soon – football referee Howard Webb photographed while training at Sheffield Hallam University by Mark Howe

 

If you want to get your owrk seen by the CR team, just upload it to our Feed section. It costs nothing. Just go here to register. We will be posting regular updates of our favourite work submitted here.

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